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Missing, now what?

The sun is just starting to rise. You’re the first one up, the fire is going and you turn the stock out to graze, you turn and pour that first awaited cup. As you turn back to enjoy the sunrise, that big hot cup of joe, and the beauty of grazing horses in that glorious meadow you picked to make camp in…you realize you’re all alone… Where did they go, they couldn’t have left!!! They were just here. They couldn’t have disappeared that quick. I only poured coffee…one cup of coffee, just one cup!!! ...


Farriers

The snow continues to melt. The trails are opening back up. The trail crews are back on payroll and earning every cent of that $10 an hour, running those crosscut saws from sunrise to sunset and then hiking to the next issue that needs addressed and cut out of the trail…Now that the trail conditions are improving the topic of conversation has changed around Trailhead Supply’s coffee pot. The hot topic of the week are farriers, shoeing the ponies. As the sun stays up longer and the trails are bei...


It's Time...

It is officially here. That time of year where all at once everyone loads the ponies and heads to the hills.  It’s not a date on the calendar.  There are no Hallmark cards to send out celebrating the start of packing season, it just happens. It’s more like a calling. I can’t explain it, and you won’t really understand unless you pack. For the last couple of weeks every morning my phone starts ringing at 5:30 am. It’s all my packer friends driving across this big country we live in. They aren’t j...


Tell Someone!!

The sun is out, the snow is melting, and you’ve got shoes on the ponies. You’re ready to go…Where are you going You poured over maps all winter, at least half of you reading this called me once or twice and asked about this trail or that trail head or my thoughts on securing animals on your first overnight camping trip with your horses. So, all that freshly oiled tack and all the new gear you got for Christmas is loaded in the horse trailer. All you need to do is put fuel in the tank, load the s...


Is There A Right Way?

We all look back at when we started packing, and just laugh…We tell stories around the fire of where we packed in our first time. Who we went with, and how we built our loads and tied them on, not to mention the trouble we had along the way. If we are lucky, none of our friends that were with us had a camera to post pictures of our problems on Facebook.  I’ve seen a guy at the trail head with a how to pack book propped up against his horse’s neck trying to follow the diagram on how to tie that k...


Going Once, Going Twice, Sold!

Many of you know, since a lot of you follow us on Facebook, Trailhead Supply was at the Salmon Select Sale last weekend in Salmon Idaho for the horse and mule auction. We had a great time talking and visiting over a hot cup of coffee. With any auction the topic that was discussed over and over was the selling price of the flesh running through the sale ring.  To me buying at an auction is just like Vegas.  I love the sale ring, I do my homework, the breeding, the trainer, age, color, confirmatio...


Camping News:

Missing, now what?

The sun is just starting to rise. You’re the first one up, the fire is going and you turn the stock out to graze, you turn and pour that first awaited cup. As you turn back to enjoy the sunrise, that big hot cup of joe, and the beauty of grazing horses in that glorious meadow you picked to make camp in…you realize you’re all alone… Where did they go, they couldn’t have left!!! They were just here. They couldn’t have disappeared that quick. I only poured coffee…one cup of coffee, just one cup!!! ...


Farriers

The snow continues to melt. The trails are opening back up. The trail crews are back on payroll and earning every cent of that $10 an hour, running those crosscut saws from sunrise to sunset and then hiking to the next issue that needs addressed and cut out of the trail…Now that the trail conditions are improving the topic of conversation has changed around Trailhead Supply’s coffee pot. The hot topic of the week are farriers, shoeing the ponies. As the sun stays up longer and the trails are bei...


It's Time...

It is officially here. That time of year where all at once everyone loads the ponies and heads to the hills.  It’s not a date on the calendar.  There are no Hallmark cards to send out celebrating the start of packing season, it just happens. It’s more like a calling. I can’t explain it, and you won’t really understand unless you pack. For the last couple of weeks every morning my phone starts ringing at 5:30 am. It’s all my packer friends driving across this big country we live in. They aren’t j...


Tell Someone!!

The sun is out, the snow is melting, and you’ve got shoes on the ponies. You’re ready to go…Where are you going You poured over maps all winter, at least half of you reading this called me once or twice and asked about this trail or that trail head or my thoughts on securing animals on your first overnight camping trip with your horses. So, all that freshly oiled tack and all the new gear you got for Christmas is loaded in the horse trailer. All you need to do is put fuel in the tank, load the s...


Is There A Right Way?

We all look back at when we started packing, and just laugh…We tell stories around the fire of where we packed in our first time. Who we went with, and how we built our loads and tied them on, not to mention the trouble we had along the way. If we are lucky, none of our friends that were with us had a camera to post pictures of our problems on Facebook.  I’ve seen a guy at the trail head with a how to pack book propped up against his horse’s neck trying to follow the diagram on how to tie that k...


Going Once, Going Twice, Sold!

Many of you know, since a lot of you follow us on Facebook, Trailhead Supply was at the Salmon Select Sale last weekend in Salmon Idaho for the horse and mule auction. We had a great time talking and visiting over a hot cup of coffee. With any auction the topic that was discussed over and over was the selling price of the flesh running through the sale ring.  To me buying at an auction is just like Vegas.  I love the sale ring, I do my homework, the breeding, the trainer, age, color, confirmatio...


Augason Farms Four-Person One-Year Emergency Food Kit - Orange - 552688 - Camping sku

- 552688 by Augason Farms

Item description: This Camping Camping Access product is by Augason Farms - Ensure you and your family get the nutrition you need during an extended emergency with Augason Farms Four-Person One-Year Emergency Food Kit. Augason Farms crafts each product with a focus on taste and nutrition and manufactures each product to the highest of standards. Up to a 30-year shelf life when stored in a cool, dry place. Includes a total of 336 No. 10 cans. Made in USA. Includes: 64 long-grain white rice 60 quick rolled oats 30 hard white wheat 18 honey-coated banana slices 18 Morning Moos low-fat milk alternative 8 bacon meat substitute 8 beef meat substitute 8 chicken meat substitute 8 whole egg 8 Country Fresh 100% real instant milk 7 blueberry-pancake mix 6 black turtle beans 6 potato flakes 6 creamy wheat cereal 4 potato dices 4 diced carrots 4 elbow macaroni 4 dehydrated apple slices 4 Morning Moos low-fat milk alternative 3 freeze-dried whole raspberries 3 freeze-dried sliced strawberries 3 sweet corn 3 crosscut celery 3 Orange Delight drink mix 3 Apple Delight drink mix 3 vegetarian taco-meat substitute 2 creamy potato soup 2 vegetable stew blend 2 lentils 2 pinto beans 2 potato shreds 2 potato slices 2 broccoli florets and stems 2 white granulated sugar 2 fudge-brownie mix 2 blueberry-muffin mix 2 honey wheat bread and roll mix 2 honey white bread and roll mix 2 hearty vegetable beef soup 2 hearty veget Color: Orange. Type: Dehydrated Food.... Learn More

Manufacturer: Augason Farms

Keywords: Camp Cooking

Store: We offer a huge selection of quality-first men’s and women’s apparel, field-proven footwear, automotive and marine accessories, nature-inspired home décor, and commercial-grade food-processing tools and kitchenware. Constantly updated sale items, customer incentives and the popular Bargain Cave also make us a value leader with special buys on top items and great money-saving deals.

Category: Camping Access

$3,999.99

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